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English National Quidditch team
Quidditch Team information
Hometown

England

Robes

Red and White

Known Players
Behind the scenes
First appearance

Daily Prophet Newsletters

Latest appearance

Quidditch Through the Ages

The English National Quidditch team is the team that represents England in international Quidditch matches. They wear robes of red and white and ride atop silver Nimbus 2000s.

Team Special Move[edit | edit source]

The English team's Special Move is called the Rowntree Counter (10 points), and plays out as follows: Chasers Edric Vosper, Avery Hawksworth and Keaton Flitney do a dive and out of the back of their brooms flows red, white, and blue, signifying the flag of the United Kingdom, and referencing the Red Arrows, a famous English flying squad.

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England's Chasers in 1994.

They knock two opposing players off their brooms and while distracting the opponent Beaters, Flitney passes the Quaffle to Hawksworth, who kicks it around before passing it back to Vosper. Vosper does an overhead kick into the hoop on the far left.

Stadium[edit | edit source]

The English Quidditch Stadium is an oval grass pitch, with white boundary markings and a sanded area below the two sets of hoops at each end. It is set in an old ivy-covered British stone castle, with battlements, turrets, and a drawbridge. A moat surrounds the grass. The stands are made of brick and small flags are set across the stands, bearing the colours red, white, and on some flags, yellow.

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Team's emblem

Emblem

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English Stadium

The team's emblem features three yellow dragons, two over a background of four chequered squares of red and white. The top dragon is facing left holding a Bludger. The middle dragon faces right cluthong a Quaffle, while the bottom dragon faces left clutching a Bludger.

History[edit | edit source]

1994[edit | edit source]

The English team participated in the four hundred and twenty-second Quidditch World Cup. They were beaten 390 to 10 by the Transylvanian National Quidditch team.


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Parkin stretching to capture the snitch.





Squads[edit | edit source]

20px English National Team
Early 20th century
Chasers
Unknown Unknown Unknown
Beaters
  Unknown Unknown  
Keeper Seeker
Unknown Roderick Plumpton
20px English National Team
1981
Chasers
Unknown Unknown Unknown
Beaters
  20px Ludovic Bagman Unknown  
Keeper Seeker
Unknown Unknown
20px English National Team
1994
Chasers
Edric Vosper 39px Avery Hawksworth 24pxKeaton Flitney
Beaters
  28px Dawn Withey Indira Choudry  
Keeper Seeker
39px Denison Frisby 28px Blythe Parkin

Appearances[edit | edit source]

Notes and References[edit | edit source]


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